Here Kitty, Kitty - Where Are You? He's safe at home with a PetSafe Underground Cat Fence - the First and Only Underground Cat Fence.
Through years of rigorous research and testing PetSafe developed a safe and reliable underground fence made just for your cat. Using Nano technology, PetSafe developed a cat fence collar that fits your cat and provides the appropriate amount of correction to keep him safe and in your yard. The collar has a special stretch section for your cat's safety so you won't have to worry if he gets "hung up" on something.
Safe and Effective for all cats and dogs 6 pounds and up. Features the PetSafe Premium Cat Fence Collar with Four Levels of Adjustable Correction.
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This Cat Fence Kit includes everything you need to contain one pet in a yard up to 1/3 acre. With additional wire and flags and cat fence collars, you can enclose up to 25 acres in size and contain an unlimited number of pets.
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Posted by Unknown on Sep 18th 2013
Trained for about a week and now he is able to come in and out all by himself. It has given our cat new freedom to go outside and the neighbors know it's not our cat pooping in their yard.
Posted by Unknown on Sep 12th 2013
The directions were easy to understand and install. Unfortunately, the cat I am trying to contain to the yard refuses to go out for training. So, he is wearing the collar and on his own. Now he doesn't leave the back porch. Thank you.
Posted by Unknown on May 15th 2013
The apparatus on collar sets under my cat's chin. Our wire is installed along the fence about 2-3 feet up. In order for the collar to work, my cat has to be close to the fence, facing the fence and looking up - there tends to be little to no warning - we don't want to increase the zone, since it will decrease the amount of safe area to enjoy.
RadioFence.com response: In this situation, it would be better to locate the wire closer to the ground, at your cat's eye level would be ideal. Since it is installed 2-3 feet above ground the signal is too far away from your pet..
Posted by Happy Cats on Sep 12th 2012
We installed our fence in April of 2012 and we have had a great sense of security ever since.The system has failed once, it started buzzing loudly so I unplugged it and went to work trying to find the wire break with the detector we bought. I found no break so plugged the system back in and took a collar and checked the fence. All was well...just needed to be reset I guess. The collars, for the cost, should be made of a sturdier material as I have had to repair one with duct tape from him scratching. I have found the batteries last about 3 months, I take the collars off & shut them off every evening when the cats come in. Both cats know the boundaries...I forget to turn one collar on and she went to the boundary area but never crossed it even though she could have. My cats do test the boundaries so the collars remain on the high setting. Now if the neighbors would just get collars for their aggressive cats, as I suggusted to them, to keep them out of our yard, life would be so much sweeter...until then my bb gun will remain loaded by the door. Their cat has already cost me $200 in a vet bill and continues to come over and aggravate my cats but the upside was I found this wonderful product to contain my cats to 1 acre around the house and my worries of coyotes, bears and cougars getting them has lessened and I know my cats are not prestering any of the other neighbors. I'll say it again, wish I had know about this product years ago!!!
Posted by B.A. on Jun 5th 2012
The fence seems to be working well. I've only made minor adjustments to the boundary width to prevent kitty from hopping the fence. Training doesn't seem necessary (for my cat anyway). She caught on pretty quick on the second highest setting. Besides have you ever tried to lead a cat on a leash? GOOD LUCK!
Posted by Norm and Eva on May 15th 2012
After trying a couple of different radio based product the underground cat fence is without a doubt the best. We set it up in one afternoon, about 3-4hrs. Both cats were comfortable with the collars and it took only 2 days to fully train them. My wife is completely comfortable letting them out to play. The cats are healthier as they play hard, eat less and sleep all night.
Great product, easy to use, 100% effective.
Posted by Kitty Katena on May 11th 2012
Our cat had to have it's leg removed due to her wandering around in the woods and road. She was missing for three days then came home with her rear leg broke at the hip joint. It was decision time. Off with the leg or off with the head. (It's not funny, but it kinda is. Considering the whole nine lives thing) Our kitty is here safe and sound in here one acre oasis that she shares with three dogs. ( Sounds like everying is in three's..lol)
This product has a lot of flexability in it's controls that help in determining where the boundry range can be set. We installed the wire to cover over an acre. Mounted on wood privacy fence, attached to chain link fence, and underground in PVC pipe under 3 gates. It took us a day to complete and it's definately worth every penny. We only had one instance with a jail break. It was during the first week after we installed. All we had to do was bump up the range so her collar would beep sooner. She's a well trained cat thanks to this product. The owners are still in question. I could kick myself for not doing this sooner. There was no reason for her to suffer.
Please don't hesistate to purchase this.
Posted by Dave on May 11th 2012
I put this around our sandy pit which is very large in our backyard to keep our cat from using as his toilet. It only took two tries and he didnt go back. Works really good. After one month he decided to try again, and he approached the area and the buzzing in collar scared him away.
Posted by Happy Cats on Apr 27th 2012
I was skeptical about it but decided to try it any way. It was very easy to install, we put in about 1100' in a day and most of that was buried. Both our cats have been raised out doors and had the ability to roam free until this January when I had to start leashing them for their own protection. Both cats accepted the collars readily and know it means they get to go outside on their own again. I only had to train them for a couple days and they were on their own. I have had one break away, but even a barb wire fence would not have stopped her as she was defending her property from the neighbor cat. I just turned off the fence called her back and the next day turned the fence up to max as well as her coller and took her to where she broke through and let her get a good correction...no more problems to date. My cats are happy again and so are we. I would recommend this to everyone and wish I had know about this years ago.
Posted by vswrman on Nov 22nd 2011
This system really does seem to work. I purchased it because folks in our community get really uptight about pets having free reign of the neighborhood. Took about two 8-hours days to install on a 1-acre lot, but the directions were extremely easy to follow and everything was very well explained.
Training has taken a bit longer with my cat than the 30-day plan indicated in the manual. We're on to 3 months, and finally getting to the last stage. A few zaps it all it seems to have taken to convince her to stay inside the barrier, but she does still test the limits on occasion.
However, my patience seems to be paying off. I don't keep the collar on my cat full time, but when she wants to go outside now, she runs to the spot where I store her collar and begs me to put it on--perfect association that the collar means outside time, which means fun time for her.
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